From the meticulous selection of grapes from the vineyard “Fusòt”, which faces south-east and grows on a marly soil.
The vineyard is cultivated according to the classical Guyot method, with short trimming. By thinning out the fruit by 30-40% should produce about 1.8 kg of fruit from each vine.
The grapes are harvested when the ideal balance between acidity and sugar is reached and are afterwards kept under a cold temperature for approx 20 days in order to increase the aromatic precursors which develop later on when pressing and steeping the skin.
The fermentation is conducted under a controlled temperature.
The wine rests in steel tanks until bottling.
A prolonged “battonage” of the fine dregs takes place before botlling.
Intense straw colour with pale green reflexes. A rich, fresh, complex, fruity and seducing bouquet with delicate floral hints (yellow flowers), a tomato leaf note and fruity flavour of peach and melon. The taste is pleasantly dry with a tasty long lasting aftertaste.
To be served fresh. Allow to breathe at least 30 minutes before serving. Thanks to the particular wine-making process it is a pleasant young wine also suitable for a bottle ageing in a dark and cool place.